Having recently read “R.I.P Off!: Or The British Way of Death” by Ken West, one may be able togleanwhy! A recent consumer report warned us all that dying now costs ¬£7,300+. Apparently shuffling off your mortal coil is a very expensive thing to do. The various costs ranging from funeral flowers to cremation have risen READ MORE
Interesting arguments on charitable donations by mourners made at or around the time of a funeral. Thanks for the Posting Charles. Raisingmoney in memory. If you are interested in becoming a funeral celebrant have a look here.
Funeral practices are deeply ingrained in culture and, around the globe, hugely varied traditions reflect a wide spread of beliefs and values. Here, a look at just a few of funeral traditions that might strike someone outside a culture as odd. New Orleans Jazz Funeral It‚’s one of the prototypical images of New Orleans, Louisiana: READ MORE
Creating A Funeral Ceremony If you want a religious funeral ceremony, you will want to put yourself in the hands of your faith leader and negotiate. A religious ceremony normally has a format, a liturgy, which you will be able to personalise only to a certain extent. Starting with a clean sheet If you do READ MORE
A rewarding role in a dynamic world Serving families at a time of need A Dynamic World Throughout the 20th Century mortality rates across the developed world have been falling consistently. This is primarily due to improvements in healthcare, nutrition and education. An educated population (Less than 1% had a Degree in 1900 and more READ MORE
What To Do After Someone Died Overview Register the death When a death is reported to the coroner Arrange the funeral ‚”Tell Us Once‚” and organizations you need to contact Death Abroad (ALL links can be followed direct from this document) 1. Overview When someone dies there are 3 things you must do in the READ MORE
1. DEATH Death is a beginning. Once it occurs the survivor must move on with life and start again. However, there is at first a downward trend after the death occurs, and the survivor will move through four stages of grief before a resolution takes place. Some, or even all, of these stages may last READ MORE
How to prepare a Funeral Speech / Eulogy It is one of the saddest things that we have to do. On top of all the grief that we suffer, we also have to deal with nerves and the fear of standing up in front of a large crowd. We have the worry that we may READ MORE